Tahoe Office of the County Executive Officer

The Placer County Executive Office operates a satellite office in North Lake Tahoe. This office is responsible for providing many services for Tahoe residents, visitors, and local businesses. The County Executive Office at North Lake Tahoe also provides assistance on a variety of projects and programs in the North Lake Tahoe area, including those led by other county departments, such as the Department of Public Works, Community Development Resources Agency, Facility Services, and the Successor Agency.

Office Responsibilities

The County Executive Office in North Lake Tahoe is tasked with developing and managing an annual contract with the North Lake Tahoe Resort Association for the provision of tourism-related services. The contract calls for implementation of annual marketing plans, visitor information services, and development of recommendations to the county on transit and other visitor-serving infrastructure projects. The contract is funded with a portion of the Transient Occupancy Tax collected in eastern Placer County.

In addition, the North Lake Tahoe office manages projects, programs and other issues with external agencies in the North Lake Tahoe area. This includes regular interface with local government elected officials and key staff, as well as those with state, federal and regional agencies, such as the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (TRPA).

Planning & Development Reports & Reviews

  1. April 1, 2015
  2. June 3, 2015
  3. November 2015

Economic Development Incentives Report for North Lake Tahoe Town Centers

Economic Planning Systems has finalized a report on Incentives for Economic Development in North Lake Tahoe Town Centers. The Board of Supervisors commissioned the report to analyze roadblocks to investment and make recommendations about policies, financing, and land use as incentives

A Business Plan will be developed to provide a road map to fulfill the report’s recommendations, including development of specific parameters for return on investment for the County.

Download the report (PDF) or view the presentation (PDF).